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Oct 4, 2012 6:00pm PDT
syria but said it's not declaring war on its neighbor. the government can now send troops or warplanes across the border to attack syrian targets if turkey feels threatened. the turkish military fired ar tilley six miles into syrian territory for a second day. it's a direct response to this mortar attack. a rocket launched from syria hit a turkish town killing two women and three children. residents say they feel the war next door has spilled over. he says, we are scared to death of when another bomb will strike. syria has apologized for the incident and claims it was an accident. europe and the u.s. both military allies of turkey condemned the border shelling. >> i once again urge the syrian authorities to put an immediate end to the violence and fully respect the territorial integrity and sovereignty of all neighboring countries. >> reporter: antiwar protestors clashed with the police in the turkish capital. security teams used pepper spray to push them back. and demonstrators marched toward parliament chanting, we don't want war. syria assured world leaders there won't be another bo
Sep 28, 2012 6:00pm PDT
that they must try to strike a balance between open government and the ability to get city business done. >> the overriding goal here is to ensure that we have an effective public meeting process that people can participate in the meetings, that people's voices are heard, and that the city can move ahead with its business in a safe and timely manner .. >> the official proposal has not been unveiled but some reports say it involves removing half of the public seats, both on the balcony and here, on the main floor. >> we are actually looking to facilitate people's right to free speech, we want to hear from people but we want to make sure that everyone gets their voice heard. >> another aspect of the proposal to make use of these first four conference rooms where overflow city council meetings are already televised. >> i don't like that at all. >> this open resident says he thinks the possible changes are a terrible idea. >> please, leave the seeds, we need to talk to city council members. we are the people and we live here. >> casey agrees. >> people in this town like to speak their m
Sep 27, 2012 6:00pm PDT
government studies says that the governor can only guarantee the money will go to education this year, because it is in the budget. >> after that it is harder to say. the money goes into the general fund, the governor and legislature decide what the general fund will be spent on, and it is hard to say what would happen in future years. a proposition 38 as a good job of locking away the money for education. so however much it brings in, most of that money will go to education. >> jerry brown's measure will raise $6 billion while proposition 38 would bring in $10 billion. they're both temporary, proposition 830 taxes will last between four and seven years and proposition 38 would last 12 years. proposition 3 is supposed to fund k through 12 as well as the uc system while proposition 38 skips higher education and gives to only preschool and k through 12. to past, the balance need more than 50 percent of the vote and is not likely, but if they both past and the one with the most votes will go into effect. onto the national election, the first votes for president have been cast. today this
Oct 5, 2012 6:00pm PDT
remaining until the election. california's rate still close it 11%. the next government jobs report comes out the first week in november just days before the election. >>> the labor report pushed the dow to a five-year high today. the dow ended the workweek up 35 points to close at 13,610. the other major indices lost ground today. the nasdaq dropped 13, s&p lost half a point. >>> there is a major driving force to one of the bay area's hottest housing markets. schools are attracting home buyers to the san ramon valley. the cbs 5 reporter ann notarangelo shows us, there's a side effect to that popularity. >> reporter: quail run elementary school is a diverse school with demographics that rival the inner city but this is the suburbs. >> i have a kindergarten and second grader and the reason i moved here was the school district. it's i believe one of the best school districts in the area. >> reporter: the area's excellent schools are no secret. the san are moan valley unified school district -- san ramon valley unified school district gets 700 to 1,000 new students every year. >> our s
Oct 1, 2012 6:00pm PDT
should leave immigration issues to the federal government, the law drew bipartisan support even among those opposed to illegal immigration. >> i think we should encourage people to come over here legally but we also have a lot of illegal people doing work for us. and i think punishing people for something that happened when they were a kid is improper. >> reporter: now, although governor brown signed this bill, he also vetoed two other bills that were aimed at illegal immigration. one of them being the trust act which would have limited california law enforcement officials from cooperating with federal immigration enforcement officials. and also, a domestic worker program. >>> it's a story that makes you wonder, just what are they thinking? the state of california has this beautiful, brand-new home for military veterans. but the state is not letting anybody move on. and taxpayers, you're footing the bill to keep it running while it sits empty. what's going on? we follow the money. >> i was in major battles fought in korea. >> reporter: he knows he's one of the lucky ones. he has his m
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